Profile your home's energy performance

In order to improve your home's energy usage it's essential to understand how you currently use energy and which measures will help reduce that figure. Delivered by assessment experts, our householder energy survey profiles your home in detail. Carbon Co-op offer household energy surveys, enabling residents to get detailed technical information about their home's energy performance with the aim of reducing bills and emissions by up to 80%.

Hulme & Moss Side 2050 events – building a future for our communities

Can our homes be made energy efficient, if so how would that work?

We need to cut the average amount of energy our homes use by 80% to deal with climate change and rising fuel bills.Carbon Coop have been having a look at the options and want to know what you think would work, what wouldn’t and why.

We are running two events with residents in Hulme and Moss Side:

Yard Theatre
Work for Change, 41 Old Birley Street, Hulme M15 5RF
6.30-8.30pm, Thursday 15th March 2012

Energy Advice day at Brookburn School, Chorlton

Carbon Co-op are teaming up with Ecospheric and Action for Sustainable Living to deliver an energy advice day at Brookburn School, Chorlton on Sunday 18th March 2012. All are welcome, please sign up here.

Brookburn Primary School Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester M21 8EH
11am-5pm, Sunday 18th March 2012

Free whole house retrofit surveys available now

Carbon Co-op are offering 20 household energy surveys free of charge, enabling residents to get detailed technical information about their home’s energy performance with the aim of reducing bills and emissions by up to 80%.

A detailed architectural survey carried out by our award winning retrofit consultants will clearly outline specific packages of improvements that your house or flat needs to reduce fuel bills and carbon emissions, saving you money as well as helping the environment.